In February 2011, my friend Ed and I did a long walk out to the Wyler Spring Cabin. The cabin is in a lesser visited corner of Eureka Valley in the BLM’s Piper Mountain Wilderness.
The area had a minor amount of mining and I suspect the cabin was built by a prospector in search of that elusive big strike that dreams are made of.
I couldn’t find much history on this site. That’s OK though, the sheer remoteness of this lonely area makes it attractive.
The cabin itself is empty but it was still an interesting hike.
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